The Voices of Heaven - Maija Rhee Devine

Angela Elam of New Letters on the Air, aired locally on KCUR 89.3 FM, holds a public conversation with Maija Rhee Devine about her new novel about an arranged marriage from the Japanese occupation of Korea to today’s economically advanced, high-tech South Korea.
Ethnic Voices Poetry Series
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
6:30pm @ Central Library

Angela Elam of New Letters on the Air, aired locally on KCUR 89.3 FM, holds a public conversation with author and Independence resident Maija Rhee Devine about her new novel The Voices of Heaven. It follows the arranged marriage of a Korean couple from the final years of the Japanese occupation through the Korean War and into the economically advanced, high-tech South Korea of today.

Winner of an Emily Dickinson Poetry Award, Devine is working on a book of poems about Korean women forced to provide sexual services to Japanese troops. She is a survivor of the Korean War.

Co-sponsored by Park University Ethnic Voices Poetry Series with partial support from the Missouri Arts Council, New Letters Magazine at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and The Writers Place

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